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You’ve bought into the wrong game plan if you think hard work is the means for success in corporate America. This premise is why so many women are stuck in lower to middle management roles, while men own 79% of all the senior management positions glo
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I have been consulting for more than 10 years and some of the best leaders I have met are women. These women leaders strike a great balance between being results-focused and caring for their people.
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Men need to join women in the fight against harassment. Not all men street harass, but some do – and men need to realize this. Next time a friend or colleague whispers something disrespectful towards a woman on the street, speak up. It’s your problem
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I am a mom of two crazy, busy teenagers and I work outside the home. For me, a flexible environment is key to being both a great parent and great employee. It always surprises me that there is still resistance to flexible workplace schedules.
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It’s November 4. This date should set off alarm bells deep in your psyche. After all, the average American has been exposed to more than one hour of political ads each day, according to Nielsen. These days, it seems that once a campaign cycle ends
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Newly appointed co-director of communications and marketing for IWLC, discusses PGA President, Ted Bishop's sexist comment on Twitter and Facebook.
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Carole Chambers reviews Liz Wiseman's newest book, Rookie Smarts: Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work.
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Clair Williams shares three takeaways from Andy Paige's book, Style on a Shoestring.
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Words of Wisdom

"That is what leadership is all about: staking your ground ahead of where opinion is and convincing people, not simply following the popular opinion of the moment." Doris Kearns Goodwin